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but could be facing a new recall threat. one supervisor who voted to reinstate the embattled sheriff, jane kim, told the "chronicle" she would support a recall effort against mirkarimi. she say she voted out of concern it would set a precedent about what constitutes official misconduct. meantime san francisco's d.a. is asking mirkarimi to recuse himself from certain cases. >> we're questioning his ability to deal with domestic violence matters during the period of time where he is on probation for committing the same type of crime. >> seven members of the 11 board members voted to remove mirkarimi. but he needed nine votes. mirkarimi pleaded guilty in march to misdemeanor false imprisonment stemming from an argument before he took office that left his wife's arm bruised. >>> about 20 protestors are in hot water after clashing with police in san francisco. the protests began yesterday afternoon as a group called "homes not jails" marched down 18th street and broke in a vacant building on castro street. police eventually stormed the building and arrested the people inside. the protests he co
's and lees camp. john avalos, david campos, jane kim, and the mayor's own opponent tee voted to keep mirkarimi. mirk roadway 3450e spoke to supporters while those supervisors who voted to keep him on the job as he said he did listen to their comments which criticized him for the domestic violence misdemeanor. >> i do not take anything what they say lightly. this whole experience needless to say has a way of changing and trance forming somebody. that is the message i take as sheriff of san francisco loud and clear. >> reporter: now mirkarimi will receive back pay from the time he was suspended. he pled guilty to a false imprisonment charge stemming from a new years eve incident with his wife that suffered a bruised arm and a few months later ed lee did suspend him. he did issue a statement saying domestic violence has no place in our city. we will never be considered a private family matter and never be tolated. coming up we'll have relaxation from campos. live from city hall i'm tara moriarty. >> we'll have more coverage of the mirkarimi vote all morning long. we also have a special
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